For fans of live music, concerts are a great way to unwind, see your favorite bands and experience new music. Do not miss out on a concert that could be near your location because it has not been marketed or you have just come back from vacation and did not know it was on. With iPhone apps, you can be updated on what is on, when and where. We have come up with five concert apps that may assist you with the information you require.
My Concerts by lawlmart is available for $0.99 through iTunes. This app helps you quickly find nearby shows by your favorite bands. My Concerts can filter nearby shows and only show you concerts where artists in your music library are playing. There is no need to miss your favorite band or a concert near you. With no login necessary, you can simply tap upcoming concerts and the information will load up. In some cases, you will also get a map of the venue and access an option to buy tickets within the app. Enter a custom location and find out what is going on near you. Choose to only display shows by artists in your library. Search and sort by distance, date and popularity. With a huge database of artists, events and venues, you will never miss out again.
Last Concerts by Coin-C BVBA is also available for $0.99 within the iTunes App Store. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Last Concerts maintains the list of concerts you attended on Last.fm and finds out which ones are going on near you. With a Last.fm account, the application synchronizes all your events and shows an overview of your concert history on your initial load up. Every concert can be viewed in detail and the attend status can be changed. You will receive an SMS-style overview and a list of the attendees. Browse through all the photos that have been uploaded to Flickr for the event. A search field at the top of the screen will allow you to look for certain artists.
Concerts App by Gernot Poetsch for $2.99 is available on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This application lets you know about concerts held near your neighborhood. Concerts App searches the last.fm database, which is most complete source of live shows on the planet. Available to purchase at the App Store Concerts App works almost everywhere worldwide and displays events on a list or a map. Make sure you get all the information you need on gigs and find out what other people attending the same concert feel.
Live Nation by Live Nation Entertainment is a free application from the world’s leading live entertainment company. Available through iTunes App Store this app allows you to browse, discover and search for your favorite artists near you. Receive alerts on exclusive pre-sales, last minute ticket sale and when they are available. This easy to use app will let you quickly purchase authentic tickets while in the app. Obtain information on the set lists, ticket details, seating arrangements and share this with your friends. When you attend select Live Nation shows, the Concert Feed sends you updates at the show and lets you know when the artist is going on stage. Live Set List also tells you what song is playing.
Mass Concerts by appRenaissance, LLC is a free application that lets you in on all the great concerts that Mass Concerts is putting on. Available at the App Store on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch you can browse and search through upcoming events. Get information on bands and performers coming and new ones that have recently been booked. Find out about the venue and buy tickets directly from your iPhone. Email events to your friends and share them on Twitter and Facebook. Bookmark the events you want to attend and receive directions for driving to the venue.
There is no need to miss out on a gig near you with iPhone apps. Getting information about a concert in your neighborhood is an ideal way to make sure you and your friends are well informed and able to get tickets before they sell out. With other concert apps available though AppShopper we hope you will find these an interesting addition to the great uses of applications.
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